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My name is Kaye and I am 58 years old. Unbelievably to me, at my age, I have now just embarked upon my third career - as a History Education Consultant! I love to cross stitch and quilt, especially with my kittens, Furio and Milo "helping" me. I also love to read, I have a passion for history and I have been cooking since I was about 12 - move over Junior Masterchef! So, this blog, which started out as a cross stitch blog sometimes morphs into a reading journal or a history lesson (sorry, I used to be a secondary teacher before I became a publisher and now a consultant) or a post about my cooking mojo. Whatever it is, this blog is alway about me, my family and my life here in Eaglemont, Victoria. I have been happily married for over 30 years to the most wonderful man and we are blessed with three beautiful grown up children.

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Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Cut Thru Castle Update #2

Well, a little bit of progress has been made (I have only had two sessions on this projects so far).  If you squint a little, in just the right light you can see a small figure taking shape - yay!


.. and I think that vertical line of grey stitching will become a sword.

hugs,

9 comments:

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

I can see a figure emerging and I didn't have to squint a bit!

Annette-California said...

Yes I can a image emerging too:) every stitch counts. love Annette
ps no squinting needed.

Shirlee said...

I see that figure too : ) Annette is right ... every little stitch helps : )

Sarah in Stitches said...

So cute! Are you enjoying it?

Dani - tkdchick said...

A nice little progress there yes I can start to see shapes not just blobs!

Linda said...

A few stitches are better than none Kaye. I see the little guy without squinting.

Linda

Stitching Noni said...

Definitely taking shape! Great start :)

Anne said...

It's fun to see it starting to take shape!!

Hugs!

SoCal Debbie said...

Yes, I can certainly see the guy holding a sword! I added your pic to the SAL page on my blog.
http://debbiescrossstitch.blogspot.com/p/bothy-threads-cut-thru-sal.html

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